While coyotes primarily prey on small rodents, cats and smaller dogs can sometimes be at risk. Coyotes are everywhere on the island and just because you don’t see or hear them does not mean they are not I your area. By taking the actions listed below, pet owners can help minimize the risk to cats and dogs.Read More
When you agree to care for a pet you are assuming responsibility for that pet in its owners' absence. The following tips will help you fulfill that responsibility by knowing what information you need to have before the owner leaves town and what to do in an emergency.
Sharon L. Peters wrote a great article for us last year about groups trying to save these cats -- many of which resulted from domesticated cats escaping or being let loose. Instead of euthanasia, the groups' efforts involve TNR: trap, neuter, release.
If you're thinking of adding a new pet to your family, we can help make the transition a bit smoother. Animal experts share their strategies for introducing a new cat or dog to your existing animals.
Looking to keep your cat or dog safe inside? Veterinarian and ASPCA Poison Specialist Jill Richardson shares 10 tips for a poison free home.